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post #436 of 465

btw did anyone actually get these for review, kinda lost track of this post 

post #437 of 465

There was a focus group, and most of the reviews posted in the gear section is by those in the group. 

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My impressions of the M-80:
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Originally Posted by Maxvla 

20) Apple iPod, Fiio amp, VModa M-80

These are nice. Tiny on ear headphones. Bass is full and good punch but lets the rest of the spectrum through. Mids are quite nice. Highs are just ok. Good clarity, small to medium stage. Comfortable, shouldn't be fatiguing in sound or fit.

These were a shock. The VModa guy handed me these tiny little things and said "This is our top of the line" and I thought.. yeah right. Boy was I wrong. If these aren't outrageously expensive I can easily recommend them. Great tiny little cans that sound like the big boys.
post #439 of 465

I was one of the lucky ones in the focus group and my final review is here

post #440 of 465

I wanted to say thank to V-Moda, Head-Fi, and all the reviewers - I just pulled the plug and put in my order via Amazon (should be here on Thursday).  I am looking forwards to reading more and experiencing these M-80's

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Originally Posted by raddogz View Post

I wanted to say thank to V-Moda, Head-Fi, and all the reviewers - I just pulled the plug and put in my order via Amazon (should be here on Thursday).  I am looking forwards to reading more and experiencing these M-80's


 

Congrats on the investment you won't be disappointed.

post #442 of 465

After receiving them today i've been trying it with different genres classical to gaming soundtracks to punk and rap and they are damn awesome.  I will agree that with an added amp (cmoybb), it does get a little muddy moreso with tracks that bass laden to begin with.  It's nice to know I don't have to bring my little amp with me and I will still enjoy the headphones as is.

 

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How do they compare to the Sennheiser HD25-1 ii as an overall package, compared to these? Which is more durable, and what are the differences in sound signature?

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How do they compare to the Sennheiser HD25-1 ii as an overall package, compared to these? Which is more durable, and what are the differences in sound signature?



Go HERE and HERE for the information you want.

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Thank you! :)
 

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Go HERE and HERE for the information you want.



 

post #446 of 465

I'm a big fan of both for different reasons. They complement each other very well.

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I'm a big fan of both for different reasons. They complement each other very well.



same here! I could be happy with only those 2 portables.

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same here! I could be happy with only those 2 portables.


 

cough DT1350 cough biggrin.gif

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cough DT1350 cough biggrin.gif


I really really regreat buying those triportsad.gif. but this is a personal preference of course.

 

post #450 of 465

Still itching to try those but it's too risky for the price tag and my biggest pet peeve is when the tonality is off (afraid that may be the case with the dt1350 - lol after my panny hje900s ive been blessed and cursed with how incredibly natural they sound). The es10 is also another can that would probably be more in line with my preferences. But again the price tag kills me. So far the hd25s and m80 are very satisfying though.

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